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Scenes From Grünerløkka, Oslo

I’m going to be venturing outside of Toronto and even Canada for this post. Two weeks ago, I had the opportunity to travel to Oslo, Norway to visit a friend. 2,133 more words


The Postindustrial Landscape Lost + Found: Archiving Urban Change

 Points of view Urban Lab # 3

August 23rd, 1:00-5:00 at the Darling Foundry, 745 Ottawa Street

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The Lea River Walk with Locomotives, a Cathedral, a Mill cum Gin Distillery and Steel Ships.

Guest Post.
London Historians Member, Walter Jahn, writes about our walking tour of the industrial Lea valley, Saturday 19 July.

Who would have thought a walk from Stratford through the industrial area around the river Lea would be enticing to anyone on a hot and sunny Saturday? 462 more words

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Steamboating: Thinking Outside the Historic Preservation Box

Ah, summer.  Many summers in my childhood I eagerly anticipated the end of June because it meant I could spend a week with historic preservationists, if you think outside the box when defining “historic preservationist.”  I’ll admit, at the time I didn’t  413 more words

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The PRISM fund (for PReservation of Industrial and Scientific Material) administered by Arts Council England has issued its annual report for 2012-2013. 126 more words

Hercules Linton Memorial, Inverbervie

Hercules who?  Well, indeed!  But in his day he was well-known in the shipbuilding trade and renowned as the designer of the fastest ship in the world – though her construction bankrupted his company. 342 more words

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City of Melbourne Review of Heritage Guidelines

The City of Melbourne is starting the process of reviewing its heritage guidelines. This is very important for the CBD, as the current guidelines are extremely short and unspecific. 352 more words

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